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The importance of reconciliation

Key Assets we are committed to ensuring that our organisational culture and actions reflect this every day

The important topic of reconciliation and the voices of our Cultural Practice Leaders at Key Assets on page 17 of The Australian newspaper today. Download the Article This year’s National Reconciliation Week theme is “More than a word. Reconciliation takes action” and at Key Assets we are committed to ensuring that our organisational culture and actions reflect this every day.

With this belief, we will continue to work towards promoting and celebrating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. We are passionate about helping children and young people to stay connected with their culture, and we actively work to support our carers, children, and families to learn about and maintain their cultural identity. Our cultural practice leaders and supporting Key Care teams are a testament to this.

We are being led by people and organisations in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, and we work alongside and in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders, agencies, and community members. Our greatest desire is to be part of reconciliation that includes all of Australia and see members of all communities commit to their own reconciliation journey.

Key Assets respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land

Key Assets is a non-government, not for profit children, non-religious, children, family and community services agency. Our purpose is to achieve positive and lasting outcomes for children, families, and communities.

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